Commercial auto insurance is a major requirement for businesses to operate in Alaska. This is regulated by the Alaska Division of Insurance. This division is also responsible for regulating the implementation of worker’s compensation in the state.
Alaska requires all business-owned vehicles to be insured. This is strictly regulated, regardless of the industry or whether you use your vehicles as a primary form of business (such as food delivery or fleet trucking) or for operational needs (such as transporting business goods and equipment). This may also include bobtail insurance coverage.
The minimum commercial auto insurance coverage for businesses in Alaska is $25,000 for property damage, $50,000 for bodily injury (per person), and $100,000 for liability due to bodily injury (per accident).
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